Another Op'nin, Another Show

Album: Kiss Me, Kate (1948)
  • As might be expected, this is the opening number from a musical, the 1948 show Kiss Me, Kate, which has music and lyrics by Cole Porter. It was introduced by Annabelle Hill (who played the character Hattie) and ensemble. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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